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April 29th, 2005
WU gets grant for work on microscopic capsules
Scientists at Washington University have been awarded big bucks to work on little things.
The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute has chosen the university as one of four national centers for medical nanotechnology. The program, headed by chemist Karen Wooley, comes with a $12.5 million, 5-year grant.
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